Pennsylvania

HO, N, S and O Scale Passenger Car Sides.  Our sides are done with a white styrene outer side and a crystal clear plastic inner side that are to be glued together.  The clear inner side is also used for window glazing.  All sides are undecorated and require a core kit (roof, floor, ends) to make a car shell, or the use of a donor car, unless otherwise indicated.  The diagrams shown are three or four colors:  white lines are the outlines of the sides and doors (if the kit comes with separate doors), green lines are generally window openings, red and blue lines are details cut into the sides.  Descriptions of the cars are of the prototype and usually tell the builder, number of cars made, the original owning railroad, and disposition of the cars.  These descriptions are taken from the "Pullman-Standard Library" and the "Passenger Car Library" by RPC Publications, and are used with permission. All sides listed as fluted include fluting in the kit.

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To view a full-frame diagram of the sides, open the product page by clicking the blue product number/name.  When the product page opens, click the magnifying glass.  To close the diagram window, the X is located at the bottom right of the frame.

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  • 5 of these Diners were delivered to PRR in '39 and numbered 4507 to 4511.  They were additions to the "Fleet of Modernism."

    • $24.99
  • These 7 cars were delivered in '48 for use in general service.  They were named in the "Inn" series.  All 7 were scrapped in the mid '60's.

    • $24.99
  • These 5 cars were delivered in early '49 for use on the "Spirit of St Louis" and "Cincinnati Limited."  These were part of a twin-unit set; the other car being #2984.  All were scrapped in the mid '60's.

    • $24.99
  • These 5 cars were delivered in early '49 for use on the "Spirit of St Louis" and the "Cincinnati Limited."  They are the cooking/dormitory car for their twin-unit, #2983.  All 5 were scrapped in the mid '60's.

    • $24.99
  • These 24 cars were delivered in late '47 for use in general service. They were numbered 4068 to 4091.  They were virtually identical to the P85B's made by the railroad.  All ACF cars were scrapped in the mid '60's.

    • $24.99
  • These cars were designated as PLB85R by Pennsy.

    • $24.99
  • These 23 cars were delivered in early '49 and late '50.  11 of the cars were to run on MoPac trains and were given "Eagle" names.  One car was painted for use on the "Texas Special" and named "Amon G Carter."  All the others were in the "Rapids" series.  All were scrapped between '67 and '71.

    • $24.99
  • 6 PRR, 1 RF&P, 1 FEC and 2 PRR cars were delivered in early '50 for use on various trains.  The cars were named in the "River"series except for FEC's named "Panama."  The ACL cars were later rebuilt into 7 Bdrm-2DR cars in '61. 

    • $29.99
  • These 19 cars were delivered from mid '38 to late '40 for use on the "General" and the "Spirit of St Louis," but could be frequently found on the "Broadway Limited."  All but four were scrapped, with one going to Amtrak and the rest to museums.

    • $24.99
  • There were 55 of these cars delivered between '38 and '40 for use on all of the major named trains for NYC and PRR.  10 of the NYC cars had one section in place of one of the Roomettes.  All were named in the "City of" series.  CN bought 7 of the cars in '58 and scrapped them in '69.  21 went to NdeM and the rest were scrapped.

    • $24.99
  • These cars were among the most favored cars of railroads across the country.  Most were delivered in the late '30's to late 40's.  They were the "Imperial" series.

    • $24.99
  • Most of these cars were delivered to various railroads in '38 & '39 for use on major trains.  

    • $24.99
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